Pi Cookie Cutter 3.75 inchPi Cookie Cutter 3.75 inch
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Pi Cookie Cutter 3.75 inch


The customer that made these cookies was nice enough to share them with us on our Facebook page. Caroline used our "Big Batch Sugar Cookie Recipe and made these cookies for her own "slightly nerdy" wedding favor. :) We love them and wanted to share the photo of her special wedding favors.
The card reads:

March 14 is known as Pi Day in the math world because it shares its digits with the value of Pi.
March 14 = 3/14 or 3.14. Pi is one of math's most important constants.
To date, pi has been computed to more than one trillion digits with no end in sight.
Pi Day is the perfect time to celebrate something that's as infinite as the value of Pi - love.
Thank you for sharing this special day with us!
Caroline and Alec
3.14.09



Pi Cookie Cutter 3.75 inch


Photo compliments of Dianne Medeiros from baking4six.com in Fairfield, California.



Pi Cookie Cutter 3.75 inch


Photo compliments of Laurie Anglen of Cookie Bliss in Meridian, Idaho.



Pi Cookie Cutter 3.75 inch


Cookies - made in the perfect shape for math class, mathematicians, math teachers, engineers, etc.